The user interface changes of Apple’s new operating system, Lion, are obvious to experienced Mac users. But some of the changes might have you scratching your head. If you’re a veteran Mac user, you probably have figured out how to change a few things in Lion to get them back the way you like. But if you’re still confused, read on.
The Mac backup tool Time Machine is popular but has some limitations. But in the new OS X release of Lion, Apple integrates a Time Machine-like feature called AutoSave, which automatically saves and backs up versions of documents in supporting applications. It is fairly easy to use, but it has some hidden options you should know about.
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Although there are pros and cons about Apple’s App Store, it’s still ten times easier to go there and discover new applications, displayed like a new clothing line in a storefront window. The App Store makes it easy to not only find Mac apps but also to download, manage, and add your purchased downloads to your other Macs.
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